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Nicole Kidman In Versace – 2017 CMT Artists Of The Year

Nicole Kidman was back on the red carpet for the 2017 CMT Artists Of The Year on Wednesday (October 18) in Nashville, Tennessee, where she joined country singer husband Keith Urban.

The ‘Big Little Lies’ actress wore a Versace Spring 2018 pale pink velvet dress which paid homage to the 80s powerful women with powerful shoulders.

We all know she can serve up movie star elegance with her eyes close, so when she wears something that presents such a strong impression, you have to stand up and take notice.

I’m sure some will question why she wore her hair down with those architectural shoulders, but I’m thankful that things have improved massively in the hair department considering her last outing.

Styled with a mirrored Versace clutch and silver sandals.

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Gabrielle Union Promotes ‘We’re Gonna Need More Wine’

Gabrielle Union has been promoting her new memoir, ‘We’re Gonna Need More Wine’, in New York City over the past two days, leaving us spoiled for choice with her six different statement-making looks.

Mixing bold patterns is not for the faint of fashion heart, but here Gabrielle shows us precisely how it’s done in a checkered Hugo Boss outfit paired with a Stella Jean coat. Despite the wide-leg trousers and sweepingly long coat, the proportions all played together so well. A Michael Kors Collection bag provided a sophisticated finish.

For her second ensemble, in which she was seen outside the ‘Good Morning America’ studios, she made me look at chambray in a whole new sexy light with this Gabriela Hearst Spring 2018 dress. The patchwork effect of the Gabriela Hearst Fall 2017 trench coat brought extra attitude to the look, which was imbued with an urban-western sense of glamour. Gabriela Hearst ‘Peter’ shoes and the Gabriela Hearst ‘Nina’ bag completed the effect.

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Dua Lipa In Attico – Ascap London Music Awards

Up-and-coming British pop singer Dua Lipa was at the ASCAP London Music Awards, where she was honoured with the Vanguard Award on Monday (October 16).

She gave the directional Vetements Fall 2017 boots a run out, pairing them with a starry Attico Spring 2018 asymmetrical top.

A cross between satiny pants and high-fashion waders, the boots were definitely the star of the show despite her top’s motif.

But, it was the big fold-over effect of her right boot that gave me pause, as it looked something like a giant Band-Aid. I wish it had been a similar colourway to the rest of the look.

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Cardi B In Victoria Hayes – Tidal x Brooklyn Charity Concert

Cardi B was at the Tidal x Brooklyn Charity Concert on Tuesday (October 17) in Brooklyn, New York.

What I liked about this Victoria Hayes Spring 2018 design was the sleek precision of its sheer robe-like quality that was seen in the lookbook.

On Cardi B, it lost much of that subtle refinement with the uneven hemline and slightly rumpled effect.

A heavier handed hip-hop influence completed the look via the addition of those gigantic hoop earrings.

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Crystal Reed In Alessandra Rich – Build Series Presents: ‘Gotham’

Crystal Reed swung by Build Studio in New York City for Build Series Presents: ‘Gotham’ on Wednesday (October 18).

To chat about the hit TV series, she donned an Alessandra Rich Fall 2017 double-breasted suit dress that I immediately fell in love with.

It was the inherent girly charm, manifested in the ruffle detailing, mixed with the precise tailoring that worked so well on her.

And, I didn’t even mind the black pumps on this occasion, as they provided visual continuity between her beautiful raven waves and black clutch.

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Winnie Harlow In Christian Dior – T.J. Martell 42nd Annual New York Honors Gala

I was immediately celebrating Winnie Harlow upon her arrival at the T.J. Martell 42nd Annual New York Honors Gala on Tuesday (October 17) in New York City.

Despite the sheer elements of this Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2017 gown, it possessed a distinct elegance due to the decorative, golden embroidery.

Plus, I’m sure many of us will be breathing a sigh of relief to not see the visible logo briefs underneath this particular dress.

I loved the simple sultriness of her styling, too, which included a smoky eye and long, straight locks.

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